Safran, Nova Systems and BAE Systems Australia have teamed to create Team SABRE in response to the Land 125 Phase 4 Integrated Soldier System (ISS) project.

Downer Defence Systems (DDS) – has been awarded a $3 million contract through the Defence Innovation Hub to partner with several Australian companies to deliver the Muskito counter-IED capability.

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and its US subsidiary demonstrated the SPIKE SR missile at the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment 2021 earlier this month.

Drone40, an Australian-developed expendable loitering munition, will see operational use in Mali with the British Army’s Royal Anglian regiment.

TacMed Australia has formed a partnership with to develop a Lynx KF 41 Ambulance Variant.

2020, thankfully, is coming to a close, which means it’s time to look back at Land capability milestones.

Canberra-based Defcon Technologies Group has been selected to supply, integrate and support the latest generation of INVISIO Combat Hearing Protection technology to Rheinmetall Defence Australia

Defence has selected the Boeing Apache Guardian to replace Army’s Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) from 2025 under Land 4503.

Minecorp Australia is supporting Rheinmetall Defence Australia with local component manufacture for the Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle.

Hanwha Defense Australia and Team Redback have officially launched the Redback Infantry Fighting vehicle ahead of delivering three vehicles to compete in test and evaluation trials.

Army Innovation Day 2021 will focus on energy and environmental resilience as its 'Accelerated Warfare' concept foreshadows greater demand for power.

Defence has executed its first Deed of Access for resource extraction on Defence land near Greenvale.

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has signed a 10-year contract to provide operational and field support and engineering services to the ADF.

Missions Systems Australia has been awarded the contract to deliver the ADF's new night-fighting capability.

NIOA has signed a long-term supply contract with the world’s largest small arms ammunition enterprise.

Defence’s acquisition of Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles (CRVs) under Project Land 400 Phase 2 has been largely effective to date and has the potential to ultimately achieve value for money, the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) concluded.